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Mander Organs

Mander Organs is an Grand Organ.

Mander has built and installed numerous celebrated Church of St Ignatius Loyola, New York – reportedly the largest mechanical action built by a British builder. Simon Preston said of this instrument: "It is difficult to do justice to this famous instrument in a couple of sentences; suffice to say that to look at this beautiful instrument is to know the sound that will come out of it."[1]

New Mander tracker action, which enables the player to give somewhat more expression and removes the delays which are inherent in many electrically actuated organs.

The company was founded in 1936 by World War II provided significant business for the company.

The firm is now run by John Mander, Noel Mander's son. Its organs are installed throughout the world, including in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the Middle East, Scandinavia and the United States, as well as in the UK.

Some Mander organs

Organ of Princeton University Chapel (1928); major rebuilding by Mander in 1991

References

  1. ^ www.stignatiusloyola.org
  2. ^ Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, NYC, USA

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